Nike Pulls 'Totalitarian' World Cup Billboards

Nike has scrapped a World Cup soccer billboard campaign running in Paris after an anti-racism group said the ads were “shocking and hurting” people who suffered under fascist or communist regimes.
The campaign, developed by Wieden & Kennedy in France, supported NikePark, a sprawling complex outside Paris where the company has concentrated its World Cup promotional efforts.

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